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 MACBRIDE, Micheal David, « Men of Heart : A Comparison of Miguel de Cervantes'​ Don Quixote from //The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha//, ans Mark Twain'​s Jim, from //​Adventures of Huckleberry Finn// », mémoire de maîtrise, Minnesota State University, Department of Comparative Literature, 2007, 92 f. +++ Thèse de doctorat / mémoire de maîtrise MACBRIDE, Micheal David, « Men of Heart : A Comparison of Miguel de Cervantes'​ Don Quixote from //The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha//, ans Mark Twain'​s Jim, from //​Adventures of Huckleberry Finn// », mémoire de maîtrise, Minnesota State University, Department of Comparative Literature, 2007, 92 f. +++ Thèse de doctorat / mémoire de maîtrise
  
-###« This thesis investigates comparisons between the characters of Don Quixote, from Miguel de Cervantes'​ //The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha//,  and Jim, from Mark Twain'​s //The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn//. While these two texts each have been studied for hundreds of years, very little research has been completed on comparisons between them. The majority of the work relies on a study by Olin Harris Moore from 1922, in which he claims that Tom Sawyer is Mark Twain'​s answer to Don Quixote. Moore'​s article has been the basis for the majority of comparisons between the two works; this thesis focuses on comparisons between Mark Twain'​s Jim and Cervantes'​ Don Quixote. In comparing the texts, this thesis utilizes Milan Kundera'​s //The Art of the Novel //​and his understanding of the history of the novel, which begins with Cervantes'​ Don Quixote. It also investigates the historical context in which both novels are set, and ultimately links Don Quixote and Jim through their admirable traits and their elusive dreams. ​» (résumé joint au mémoire)+###**Abstract**\\ 
 +This thesis investigates comparisons between the characters of Don Quixote, from Miguel de Cervantes'​ //The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha//,  and Jim, from Mark Twain'​s //The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn//. While these two texts each have been studied for hundreds of years, very little research has been completed on comparisons between them. The majority of the work relies on a study by Olin Harris Moore from 1922, in which he claims that Tom Sawyer is Mark Twain'​s answer to Don Quixote. Moore'​s article has been the basis for the majority of comparisons between the two works; this thesis focuses on comparisons between Mark Twain'​s Jim and Cervantes'​ Don Quixote. In comparing the texts, this thesis utilizes Milan Kundera'​s //The Art of the Novel //​and his understanding of the history of the novel, which begins with Cervantes'​ Don Quixote. It also investigates the historical context in which both novels are set, and ultimately links Don Quixote and Jim through their admirable traits and their elusive dreams. ​
  
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 [[http://​smallaxe.dukejournals.org/​content/​14/​3_33/​21|Gallagher,​ 2010, PDF]] ### [[http://​smallaxe.dukejournals.org/​content/​14/​3_33/​21|Gallagher,​ 2010, PDF]] ###
  
-PAVEL, Thomas, « L'​ironie romanesque entre l'​involontaire et l'​échec : une lecture de //​L'​Art du roman// de Milan Kundera », //Etudes ​Françaises//,​ vol. 47, n° 2 (2011), p. 131-137. +++ Article de revue+PAVEL, Thomas, « L'​ironie romanesque entre l'​involontaire et l'​échec : une lecture de //​L'​Art du roman// de Milan Kundera », //Études ​Françaises//,​ vol. 47, n° 2 (2011), p. 131-137. +++ Article de revue
  
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